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Posted April 11, 2017

New York Yankees starting pitcher Michael Pineda allowed just one run over 7 2/3 innings and struck out 11 in Monday's 8-1 win over the Tampa Bay Rays.

Pineda did not allow any hard outs until Kevin Kiermaier flied out to left field for the second out of the seventh.

But before Longoria nixed Pineda's flawless day, the cooking maven and home décor queen broke one of baseball's most cherished unwritten rules: She talked about the ideal game before it was over.

Pineda (1-1) dominated like the pitcher the Yankees have always hoped he would become. The crowd was treated to quite the show, with Pineda retiring the first 20 Rays he faced in order, taking a flawless game into the seventh inning. The crowd began anticipating a flawless game when he ended the fifth by striking out Logan Morrison.

Aaron Judge hit his second home run of the season in the fifth inning for the 2-0 lead. Chris Carter greeted Austin Pruitt with an RBI triple, and Castro followed with a two-run homer. Pineda is 2-5 with a 4.65 ERA and 86 strikeouts in his career against the Rays.

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Headley's home run in the seventh staked Pineda to a 3-0 lead before Morrison homered with one out in the eighth.

"It's top of the seventh here at yankee stadium and the Yankees are pitching a ideal game versus the Tampa rays".

Pineda recovered by retiring by Derek Norris on a groundout and then exited to a loud standing ovation from the crowd.

Ellsbury doubled into the right-center gap in the third to drive in Brett Gardner, who reached on a wild pitch as he swung at strike three. "I feel good, though", Pineda said. On Sept. 11, 2014, Cobb took a no-hitter into the eighth inning before the Yankees won, 5-4.